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The King Road front house plan elevation
 

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HDC-1855-1 - The King Road

Living Sq. Ft: 1855 sq. ft. Floors 1
Bedrooms: 3 Width 72 ft. - 8 in.
Baths: 2.5 Depth 51 ft. - 0 in.
Available Foundations:
Slab /Crawlspace /Basement
Architectural Styles:
Traditional / Ranch / European / French Country

As low as: $950.00

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Customer Reviews of this House Design:
We found the home of our dreams!!

We found the home of our dreams but wanted to make some modifications to the layout. Our requests were answered by phone and email very very quickly. The modifications we asked for were completed quickly as well. My contractors were surprised at the price I paid for the plans, not to mention the fact that I had them modified and still paid that cheap of a price. We had no issues at all during our build from any of the plans. This has been a great company to work with. I would not even search for another company if I had to build another house.

Randy B
Christianburg, VA
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I would not even search for another company if I had to build another house.

We found the home of our dreams but wanted to make some modifications to the layout. Our requests were answered by phone and email very very quickly. The modifications we asked for were completed quickly as well. My contractors were very surprised at the price I paid for the plans, not to mention the fact I had them modified and still paid that cheap of a price. We had no issues at all during our build from any of the plans. This has been a great company to work with. I would not even search for another company if I had to build another house.

Randy B.
Riner, VA
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I wish with everything in me that there wasn't a reason for this new house...

Before anything else, you should know that I wish with everything in me that there wasn't a reason for this new house.

Four and a half years ago my wife and I were leading an ideal life. We were just starting to relax in our retirement and taking great joy from watching our four son's families grow.

But a head-on collision changed everything. It was one of my oldest sons, one of my twins. For a while we didn't believe he'd survive. And in a way, my Chris, my son I'd loved for 43 years, didn't.

Chris is 48 now. He's paralyzed on his left side and suffers from extensive brain damage. He requires total care, which his Mother and I give round the clock.

His medical condition is the reason for our new house. Our old home place was very secluded; which at one time we loved. But since Chris has frequent seizures, we need an ambulance to be able to find us fast. Also, we need to be closer to his doctors and physical therapist whom he sees three times a week.

The most imperative need for building, though, is that everything must be handicap accessible. I'm 70 and my wife, Betty, is 68 years old. So the idea of not having to fight his chair through doorways or squeeze down halls is quite appealing. And we're looking forward to the handicap bathroom like kids look forward to Christmas!

I LOVE the large rooms in this home design and the layout is absolutely perfect for our needs with no wasted space...

While I continue to pray my child will be made whole again and we wouldn't NEED this new house; it will be a great blessing and we are eager for the relief it will bring to our lives.

This is a great house for our family's needs and we would definately recommend House Plan Gallery home designs to anyone...

Ronald W.
Atlanta, Texas
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This home will make a tremendous difference in our family's lives, and we owe it all to House Plan Gallery...

I am 68 and my husband is 70 years old, and we have a 48 year old son who was involved in a near fatal car accident four and a half years ago. He is now completely wheelchair dependent, has a wife with two kids, and now lives with us. We take care of him morning to night, and many of the day-to-day tasks are quite time consuming and strenuous, especially for people of our age.

Our previous home did not work well with our son't wheelchair, and after praying for some time, we found the HPG-1855-1 house plan that had been built here locally. We immediately fell in love with this beautiful plan and are now in the process of building it with full wheelchair-accessibility, and cannot wait to get moved in...

This home will make a tremendous difference in our family's lives, and we owe it all to House Plan Gallery...

Betty W.
Atlanta, Georgia
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The plan was great and we love the house!

The plan was great and we love the house!

Daniel H.
Clinton, South Carolina
 

Beautiful split bedroom plan house. 3 bedrooms/can be built with 2, 2.5, 3, or 3.5 baths. Great room features 12-foot ceilings, and fireplace with gas logs and transoms above the windows. Great views of great room and back yard from kitchen. Large master bedroom which features jet tub and shower in master bath. Other key features include walk-in pantry, large utility room, wet wear closet, and large garage.

 

Like this plan, but its not exactly what you're looking for?
Check out these similar plan(s):

HDC-2251-1, HDC-1638-1, HDC-2024-1, HDC-2207-1, HDC-22513-1, HDC-2252-1, HDC-1251-1
 

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House Plan Features:

HDC-1855-1

Specifications: Square Footage:
Bedrooms 3
Baths 2.5
Floors 1
Garage / Stalls Yes
 
Available Foundations:
Slab /Crawlspace /Basement
 
Architectural Styles:
Traditional / Ranch / European / French Country
 
Designer Comments:
First Floor: 1,855 sq. ft. (living)
Front Porch: 72 sq. ft. (unheated)
Rear Porch: 139 sq. ft. (unheated)

 
Related House Plans:
HDC-2251-1, HDC-1638-1, HDC-2024-1, HDC-2207-1, HDC-22513-1, HDC-2252-1, HDC-1251-1
 
Total Heated 1855
Total Unheated 1208
Total 3063
 
Home Dimensions & Footprint:
Width 72 ft. - 8 in.
Depth 51 ft. - 0 in.
Ridge Height 23 ft. - 3 in.
 
Other Floor Plan Information:
Roof Pitch 10 in 12
Exterior Wall Construction 2x4
Ceiling Height 9
Roof Type(s) Hip/Gable
House Plan Pricing:
CAD File Set:  $ 1525.00
PDF File Set:  $ 1125.00
Reproducible Sets:   $ 1200.00
5 Sets:   $ 1015.00
1 Set:   $ 950.00
Available Options
Materials List:   $ 130.00
Extra Sets:   $ 60.00
Full Reverse Set:   $ 150.00
Mirror Reverse Set:   $ 55.00
Color Rendering :   $ 60.00
 
 

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Important Information:

Please note that in most areas of the country, these house plans will be everything you need to build, but not necessarily everything you need to obtain a building permit.

In addition to the house plans you order, you may also need a site plan that shows where the house is going to be located on the property. You might also need beams sized to accommodate roof loads specific to your region. Your home builder can usually help you with this. You may also need a septic design unless your lot is served by a sanitary sewer system. Many areas now have area-specific energy codes that also have to be followed. This normally involves filling out a simple form providing documentation that your house plans are in compliance.

In some regions, there is a second step you will need to take to insure your house plans are in compliance with local codes. Some areas of North America have very strict engineering requirements. Examples of this would be earthquake-prone areas of California and the Pacific Coast, hurricane risk areas of the Florida, Gulf & Carolina Coasts. New York, New Jersey, Nevada, and parts of Illinois require review by a local professional as well. If you are building in these areas, it is most likely you will need to hire a state licensed structural engineer to analyze the design and provide additional drawings and calculations required by your building department. If you arenít sure, building departments typically have a handout they will give you listing all of the items they require to submit for and obtain a building permit.

Additionally, stock plans do not have a professional stamp attached. If your building department requires one, they will only accept a stamp from a professional licensed in the state where you plan to build. In this case, you will need to take your house plans to a local engineer or architect for review and stamping. In addition, plans which are used to construct homes in Nevada are required to be drawn by a licensed Nevada architect.
 

 
 
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